Oliver studied at the Welsh School of Architecture, where he completed his Part 1 and Part 2, before completing his Part 3 qualifications at the University of Brighton. His passion for making and traditional craftsmanship has led to a holistic approach to architectural design, with an interest in the user-experience of spaces and a keen eye for detail.

Oliver is a Conservation Architect andjoined Peregrine Bryant Architecture in 2016. He has worked on numerous historically significant buildings including the project running of several high-end residential renovations within Grade II and II* listed structures. Prior to working at PBA, Oliver worked in Surrey, Brighton and Zurich on a diverse range of schemes across all RIBA stages. A keen member of several amenity groups and societies, Oliver is a conservation registrant on the ‘RIBA Conservation Register’ and has recently completed an MSc in Building Conservation.